Diddy has slammed claims he was in any way involved in Tupac Shakur’s murder back in the 90s.
An LAPD officer made a sensational claim that P Diddy hired men to kill the rapper, but now he’s hit back blasting the claims as ‘nonsense’.
Diddy – real name Sean Combs – was asked on American radio show The Breakfast Club about the allegations. In response, he said: ‘We don’t talk about things that are nonsense.
‘We don’t even entertain nonsense, my brother.
‘So we’re not even going to go there, with all due respect. I appreciate you as a journalist asking. Thank you.’
Tupac was killed in 1996 in a drive-by shooting after a Mike Tyson boxing match as part of a feud between rival rap groups from two different labels, Death Row Records and Bad Boy Records.
Rapper Notorious B.I.G, from the rival group, was later killed in 1997 in another drive-by shooting, supposedly in retaliation for Tupac’s death.